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    Oxford MSc Econ for Dev vs Columbia MA Econ vs LSE MSc Econ

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    I've been accepted to all the three programs stated above. No funding.
    Needed a little bit of help to decide between these 3.

    I'm not sure if I want to specialise in development econ, but it is something I've really enjoyed studying and researching during my undergrad. Also have one internship in the same.

    Columbia is significantly more expensive, however there are perks of being able to work in the US after a degree. The job market in UK is significantly worse.

    Oxford and LSE offer progression to PhD, Columbia doesn't. Most probably, interested in a PhD after masters.

    If anybody could provide an insight into any of these programs, it would be really helpful.
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